Please note that there might be a lack of equipment in the stores during the season. We recommend you book in advance.
1 adults enable 1 free child until 10 years
The spa town of Bad Gastein is located at the head of the red graded Gastein valley and is loved for its steep slopes. With over 205 km of groomed slopes, the Gastein Valley offers deep snow pistes, mogul runs and hills for carving. Right above the town are the slopes of Stubnerkogel which are linked to Bad Hofgastein in the lower valley. Beyond these are the slopes above Dorfgastein which are linked to Grossarl in a further valley. Sportgastein is the highest skiing region. The villages and lift stations are connected via trains and a ski bus. Skiers can purchase the Ski Amadé lift pass for quick access to all these areas.
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Dorfgastein-Grossarl and Stubnerkogel-Angertal-Schlossalm are the most popular ski circuits. Advanced skiers will enjoy the World Championship calibre Graukogel which is known for its lengthy, challenging runs. Taking the 1+2+3 ski route at the 2700 metre high Sportgastein, promises skiing in deep powder. However skiers should watch out for warning signs and sudden closures. While most of the runs are marked as genuine reds, skiing on them is only for confident intermediates. Beginners can take the Stubnerkogel gondola to ski on the long blue run. Snow is guaranteed from late November until late April. For a rather different adrenaline kick, take the 140 metre footbridge at Stubnerkogel, suspended at 2400 metres above sea level.